Prison: First & Last 24 Hours to air on Sky 1 on Mondays at 2200
Lorraine Kelly has announced the STV Children’s Appeal 2016 has raised £2,568,369 for children and young people living in poverty in Scotland.
STV to launch first integrated Scottish, UK and international news programme.
STV to air two This is Scotland documentaries from Monday 3rd October
Elaine C. Smith’s Burdz Eye View returns to STV Fridays at 2000 from 30 September
STV has announced a fantastic line-up of programmes to highlight the work carried out by the STV Children’s Appeal and local fundraisers across the country to raise money and awareness about children and young people living in poverty in Scotland.
The programmes will air from Friday 16 September, culminating in the annual live show hosted by Lorraine Kelly on Friday 23 September. Viewers will gain insight into some of the many charities and community projects across Scotland that are supported by the STV Children’s Appeal and see how the money raised makes a real difference in the lives of Scotland’s children.
STV Fight Night returns to the city channels later this month as STV invests in more live sport.
TV favourite Lorraine Kelly is putting on her walking shoes in aid of the STV Children's Appeal as she takes on the Kiltwalk event in Edinburgh on 18 September.
This Saturday (27 August), Olympians returning in glory from Rio will join the nation at events across the UK, including locations across Scotland, to celebrate how the public supported Team GB by playing The National Lottery.
Charity WorkingRite has received £15,000 from the STV Children’s Appeal, boosting financial support for the project’s work with young people in the Whiteinch and Scotstoun area.
Some of the UK’s most iconic venues, including locations across Scotland, have signed up to be part I Am Team GB, the nation’s biggest ever sports day. The event was recently launched by STV in partnership with The National Lottery and ITV and is being held across the UK on Saturday 27th August.
STV Glasgow and STV Edinburgh will once again bring viewers the best of the Edinburgh Festival, broadcast live from Akva bar and cafe at Edinburgh Quay from Wednesday 3 August.
Scottish star of The X-Factor, Nicholas McDonald took a break from training for September’s Pedal for Scotland cycling event to visit the Tunnock's factory in Uddingston. The family run bakery is supporting Nicholas' cycling challenge with a £5,000 sponsorship to boost his fundraising for the STV Children's Appeal, the event’s official charity partner.
On Saturday 27 August, STV, in partnership with The National Lottery and ITV, will ask Scots to get out and get active by taking part in I Am Team GB, the UK’s biggest ever sports day.